Delta Airlines mulls fees for in-flight WiFi service; Alcatel-Lucent survey says enterprises reluctant to embrace cloud services

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@FierceTelecom RT @fiberguy: Fastweb was a precursor in IPTV. Will they be a precursor in abandoning it? Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Delta Airlines is looking for another revenue source by charging passengers $18 to get unlimited WiFi-based Internet access. Article

> Birch Communications has promoted Christopher Bunce to SVP of legal and regulatory deparrtment and general counsel. Release

> This may be the year where U.S. consumers spend more money watching movies online versus on DVDs or Blu-ray devices. Article

> The London Internet Exchange (LINX) was temporarily down over the weekend due to an issue with an external Ethernet loop from an unnamed service provider. Article

And finally … Alcatel-Lucent, despite being the lead vendor in a $40 million private cloud network for Illinois' Advocate Health Care, revealed in a new study that fear of outages and latency have made many businesses reluctant to embrace cloud services. Article

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